I spend a lot of time trying to figure out why some content ideas get links and why some don’t.
There can be many reasons for a lackluster campaign. Sometimes you can figure out why things didn’t go well, sometimes you can’t. One thing I always look into is how well a content idea was executed.
Bringing an idea to life and having it succeed is very satisfying. Of course, not every link-building campaign nets a lot of links, but even if you have a weak idea or one with no “hook,” you can still make the campaign fly if you execute in a stunning or different way.
Here are some things to keep in mind when deciding how to bring your content ideas to life and explore parts of the process in turn. We’ll look at:
- The content idea itself.
- The resources you have for executing content.
- The timeline you’re working toward.
- The range of formats available to you.
- How the execution can directly affect someone’s ability to link to you.
Let’s jump in!
1. The idea
Coming up with a good idea that is link-worthy isn’t easy, and it can take time and a lot of experience.[Read the full article on Search Engine Land.]
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